Noun(1) a form of government in which scientists and technical experts are in control
(1) Yet, Commissioners are unelected and the Commission is often portrayed as an unaccountable technocracy .(2) Further, graduates from a significant community college understand and utilize technology as an integrated tool that assures their participation as tech-savvy citizens who play a significant role in our emerging technocracy .(3) Technopoly, in other words, is totalitarian technocracy .(4) He argues that ├ö├ç├┐deep democratization promises an alternative to technocracy .├ö├ç├û(5) Not in so many words, she viewed my new handset as just another exotic creation of a transnational technocracy using technology to get us to spend our obsessive consumerist, materialist dollars.(6) The technocracy 's acquisition of power via the state and the progression of exaggerated secularization have combined to give rise to a number of social phenomena which have themselves become social determinants.(7) So you're not worried about the development of a sort of elite technocracy running the global brain machines?(8) The end of the 1960s saw a rejection of technocracy , for many valid reasons.(9) Next, relax and prepare for living in a technocracy with executive manipulation of the mass media to do your thinking about society for you.(10) The cinema we need, the cinema that combats technocracy will, therefore, be non-narrative.(11) And, if small is beautiful, then the massive, dangerous, centralizing technocracy that is the nuclear industry is hideous.(12) These are the Commission as a dynamic technocracy , with the Council as the body required to ratify Commission action.(13) The third began at the end of the nineteenth century, leading to the Social Gospel movement, the rise of the twentieth century welfare state, and a secular technocracy or knowledge class.(14) I had already done a theocratic technocracy , so why not a feudal democracy?(15) With the decline of the critical intellectual, the thinker gives way to the expert, politics yields to technocracy , and culture and education lapse into forms of social therapy.(16) Thus, the highest positions of prestige and authority would be assumed by a meritocratic elite of intelligence and creativity: the technocracy .
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